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. there is nobody who knew where mr. henry was at. tavis: the next time you move, let me know where you are going to be. if he cannot find you, there are customers who could not find you, too. >> two days after my location, i renamed it, and he walked in two days after i opened it, "mr. hendry, you have got the part." i had to move a lot of town for 2.5 months into all of these different things, and i was, like, "michael, i am sorry. i am flattered, but i cannot take apart. i just opened up a new business, and i cannot walk away with it -- from it like that? " he said, "we will try to give you some time to work things out at the bakery so that you can take apart." he came back a few yield -- few weeks later, it had not worked out. i had to turn him down again. i was flattered and wanted to take apart, but i would not sacrifice the business back i opened up to build to pass on to my kids and everything, i would not sacrifice that for a possible acting career. i thought about how they had seen some things in me that i really did not see in myself, and the last time they came to the bakery, they cam
. and speaking of which, i have to say that mr. henry, you, as far as i know had no previous acting experience either. you own a bakery and a deli and another bakery and deli. here comes katrina. that gets wiped out. you are this self made man and now you are in this academy award nominated movie. how is your life right now? >> life has changed for me. i've been a businessman for the past 13 years. i got thrown into the movie business and my whole life has been changed. and business has probably doubled since the movie. i've been meeting some of the most famous people that i've been admiring all my life. it's been a wonderful journey. >> do you have the bug now? are you ready to put somebody else in charge? what's the name? >> buttermilk drop. >> i know that's right. if you are in the big easy, go and visit. do you have the bug though? you want to do more acting? >> a little bit but my heart is still in the bakery business. it's a business i've been in all my life. i started my business to my kids and my kids are the most important people to the world to me. i'm building my business to pass do
, mr. allen. >> good afternoon supervisor, henry carnalo. i was on the western soma planning task force since 2006. and i want to congratulate and commend jim niko for what a great job he did. as ken said a second ago, i know a lot of people came and left and there ways was a group of local residents who were not happy about what was happening and tried to create disruption, but it wasn't possible. it was left up to western soma to say what was said. so particularly when it comes to entertainment, this is where i think it was left out. and i think we need to protect, preserve and promote live entertainment. we cannot allow to have residential in areas like 11th street, as was said by another person, these people move and know what is going on and at the end of the day come back and [kpra-eupb/]. i have another run related not entertainment, but someone building a garage and the people bought their place a couple of years back. when the person went to build the garage, you can only go up 14', because we don't have the yard that we are supposed to have. well, this is a situation
at the newsstand. please don't tell her. don't tell who ? - hi, mom. - [ katherine ] mrs. chang. - how nice to see you. - oh, thank you. henry, where are your grandparents ? your father's parked outside. - my grandparents ? - yes. you mean grandma and grandpa. yes, henry. that's who i mean. where are they ? they... just stepped out. where exactly did they go ? they didn't exactly tell me. do you know when they'll be back ? soon, i think. i told you i would be here to pick them up. well-- - mrs. chang i'm jess washington. - how do you do. i'm going to be leaving in a little while. let me drive henry's grandparents home. no, that would be a terrible imposition. not at all. please, i insist. well, all right, then. thank you very much. henry, what did she say ? something about staying in my room for the rest of my life. mr. brashov ! sit down. this has all been a big mistake, but no one believes me. you're the owner of the cafe. and jamal is a valued employee of mine. you know where he was last night ? wherever jamal says he was, he was. i'm sorry, but that's not
. >> the time of the gentleman has expired. the chair recognizes the gentleman from north carolina, mr. mchenry. >> thank you, mr. chairman. thank you for your service to our government, to our people. to follow-up on my colleague from texas's question about fed policy, masking the true cost of our fiscal profligacy. the question is with the fed buying 40% of u.s.-for f y 2013, with negative real interest rate, isn't the fed the great and a boiler. congress and the president make fiscal policy, in essence masking the true cost of the debt? >> if i could make three points. the first is as a share of all the debt outstanding, the fed's ownership is lowered today that was before the crisis. we own 15%, 16% of all the debt outstanding so the interest rate comes from actual market trading between private sector individuals. second-i emphasized today there's a very long-term problem here. what is going to matter is the interest rate not today but the interest-rate five years from now, 15 years from now. congress i hope has the foresight to see interest rates won't be this low forever and they should
busy around here. i'm going to get something from the safe for mr. brashov. while i'm doing that you should all start working. henry, you can finish taking the chairs down. jamal, you can fill up all the salt and pepper shakers. and, katherine start setting the tables. - what ? - who made you the boss ? i'm sure that's what mr. brashov would want. well, i think he would feel better if i were in charge. mr. brashov might not be feeling well, but he's not that sick. the way you bark orders at people ? well, i'm sorry, but i don't know if anyone would want you in charge. katherine, i don't bark orders. i make strong suggestions. i think if only one of us is to be in charge, it ought to be me. you're in the kitchen most of the day, hidden away, out of view, where you should be. i'm sorry, but i don't know if i can work here if you are the boss. i'm positive that i can't work here if you're the boss. - i know. maybe jamal can be the boss. - what ? weren't you in charge of a bunch of people back in egypt ? well, yes, but-- you know, that's not such a bad
this year and i can guarantee you, mr. mayor, supervisor, director, we will do a much better job. thank you for all of your help. thank you. >> thank you, pius. [ applause ] >> i'm going to ask henry low from the chinese benevolent association. >> thank you. happy new year. i have been in chinatown for a long time, and this year, it seems to be different, you know? everything seems to be more prepared, and more orderly fashion. this year, the new year will be much more progress and hopefully. thank you very much. [ applause ] >> so all the details you have. this saturday, the crews will be out, seting up for the chinese new year. it's a great time for the families to be out. happy new year!
go like this [thumbs up gesture]. and then as brian would be helping him off the van, mr. lee, i heard him so often say, "brian, if anybody gives you any trouble you send them to me and i'll take care of them." and here great big old brian would say, "henry, you're the first one i would try to get help from." and he says, "the second one is elsa." [laugh] so we knew that we were being relied on by brian. a few weeks back, mrs. lee called brian early in the morning to tell him not to bother picking them up because they were already at the hospital. mr. lee was ill and she had taken him to the er. the next day or so, brian, on his lunchtime, found out that mr. lee had been admitted to the hospital and he went up to mr. lee's room and just stuck his head in just to say hello. and the minute mr. lee saw him he went [gesture thumb up in the air] like that. and mrs. lee said, "he's telling you again you're number one driver. so brian really appreciated that; he thought that was really sweet. but he could see mr. lee wasn't doing so well so he left really quickly. and unfortunately, mr.
they could afford it the cars that they were gelding on the assem by mr. line. this is something that henry ford would support today if he were alive and i think a lot of my friends in the business community have come out and said that they support the president, of course. >> they ought to be doing it. >> increase $9 an hour. if this magic pass a law people get more money idea actually works, why $9? why not make it $40 an hour? >> exactly right, tucker. very arbitrary number. a guy like mark hanna thinks it's not enough. always have that argument it should go up. exactly why you don't need the government to make these decisions for you. the free market makes these determinations based on wanting to recruit and retain good employees. minimum wage is not something that people generally live off of. this is one of the biggest can a nardz perpetuated by the president's speech. he put this narrative out there that you are raising a family of two kids on a minimum wage that somehow it's, you know, two family incomes, two people working. and working poor rather who are benefiting from this. only
george and pictures of the great man himself, the councillor to mr. h. veno. tell me, what's it all about. i'm related. i'm the great-grandson of sir william henry veno, who was born william reynard varney. right. moved to america and acquired the formula for veno's cough cure. and this is the patent here. this is the... he decided to patent the company in 1894, and he patented veno's drugs company. he moved back to manchester and started a company in chester road, manchester. and here are all the products. all the products, yes. anyway, tell me about his life. when he moved back to manchester he carried on with the company he built the company up, he became mayor of altrincham. and knighted. there's a letter from the prime minister. two letters, one from lloyd george, one from percy shore inviting him to buckingham palace to be knighted. and from there on, the war broke out, the first world war, which is the letter there. yes. let me just read this letter. this is rather sad. "my dearest mary "i arrived here last night "and am returning to manchester tomorrow
house correspondent ed henry. >> with eight days to go, president obama placed calls today on the budget calamity to speaker boehner and senator mcconnell. mcconnell's office said it was the first time that mr. obama called him since new year's eve. white house officials faced questions will the buck stopped with the president. >> the president is commander-in-chief. he is concerned. that is why he put forward compromise proposals again and again. >> house majority leader eric cantor fired back the president should stop scaring the public at how meat at the grocery store will stop getting inspected and criminals will be let free by budget cuts and instead reach out to harry reid who did not get a call from the president to push him to pass one or two house republican plans to stop the sequester. cantor declaring, "house republicans have acted and time for the democrats to join us." time to get out the campaign trail and get to work. show us what spending reductions you prefer and let's find common ground. in the tit-for-tat fight, carney brought out charts on the president's plan to cut
detailed version they got very squirrely. >> you are leaning toward an optimistic view. mr. pessimist joe. >> patrick and jacques make excellent points. they are so good that henry kissinger made them in 1994. we have been talking for 20 years about how it is in china's interests to moderate north korea's behavior but china sees china's interests differently from the way we see china's interest. hopefully that situation will change but i am not encouraged by the performance of the last two decades. >> thank you. okay. >> would you please go through the microphone please? thank you. >> i think china is a key player but as larry pointed out, the moderate chinese is emerging or growing. how do you see this moderate chinese political force making the inference to the new xi jinping government? even with so-called traditional communist party leadership, challenged by the moderate people as you see or in the near-term or the long-term, i assume, the cuts for revolution, generation coming up, china will, democratization process in the long run. do you see the trend in china toward a more moderat
reliable and objective even though sometimes some good reporters like our own ed henry, jake tapper formerly of abc, ask tough questions and you get a lot of other incidents. remember this one? hold on, remember this one, chicago tribune reporter? watch this. >> thank you, mr. president. and congratulations, by the way. one quick follow-up-- >> and you were there when i was running for state senate. >> that's right, i was. >> christy and i go back a way. >> i never have seen you lose, i wasn't looking that one time. >> megyn: oh, god, it never gets more uncomfortable. >> you took that to me, i was going to refer to that. the problem is not that you get soft questions from twitter feeds or from a youtube video. he often gets soft questions from the white house press corps, they've largely given him a free pass and this is what i mean, it doesn't mean that they're not critical on occasion, but for example, the immigration he debate. there's been almost no discussion of barack obama's role in the last immigration bill which is to help bring it down. in the debt ceiling negotiation, mos
. >> mr. pessimist, joe. >> both patrick and he make excellent points and they're so good that henry kissinger made them in 1994. we've been talking for 20 years how it is in china's interest to moderate north korea's behavior but china seems to see china's interest from the way we see china's interest. so hopefully that situation will change but i'm not encouraged by the performance over the last two decades. >> thank you, joe. okay. you know, would you please go to, yeah, microphone, please. thank you. >> i think china is a key player no doubt about it but as larry pointed out so-called the moderate chinese political forces who are emerging, who are growing how do you see this moderate chinese political forces making influence to the new jinping government? whether with traditional communist party elite leadership, trying to moderate people as you see or maybe, in the near term or long term? i assume so-called cultural revolution, you know, generation coming up and eventually china will go toward a more democratization process in the long run but do you see it in the trends in chin
and i can guarantee you, mr. mayor, supervisor, director, we will do a much better job. thank you for all of your help. thank you. >> thank you, pius. [ applause ] >> i'm going to ask henry low from the chinese benevolent association. >> thank you. happy new year. i have been in chinatown for a long time, and this year, it seems to be different, you know? everything seems to be more prepared, and more orderly fashion. this year, the new year will be much more progress and hopefully. thank you very much. [ applause ] >> so all the details you have. this saturday, the crews will be out, seting up for the chinese new year. it's a great time for the families to be out. happy new year! >> we came to seven straight about 10 years ago. -- 7th street about 10 years ago. the environment is huge. it is stronger than willpower. surrounding yourself with artists, being in a culture where artists are driving, and where a huge amount of them is a healthy environment. >> you are making it safer. push, push. that is better. when i start thinking, i see it actually -- sometimes, i do not see i
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